This week the Donegal Women in Business Network are heading to the country for an evening of rest from the modern digital world.
Castle Grove Country House Hotel is the idyllic venue for this retreat on Wednesday, May 10th, where Dr Julie Szabo of North West Chiropractic will give a talk on Digital Dementia.
Busy women who are working and communicating through mobile phones and computers are said to be vulnerable to digital dementia as use and rely more on technology. Businesswomen and those working in the business world could be particularly susceptible to this, so the workshop will be an important lesson for health and wellbeing.
What does it mean?
Dr Julie explains the phenomenon to Donegal Woman: “Digital dementia is becoming the declining health epidemic of the new millennium. As technology use increases, parts of our brain remain under active leading to signs and symptoms of dementia.
“Knowing what signs and symptoms to watch for as well as implementing specific exercises can help prevent this. It can affect anyone at any age but children are more susceptible to digital dementia during their developmental stages. Knowledge is power so come and learn about digital dementia next Wednesday
“It can affect anyone at any age but children are more susceptible to digital dementia during their developmental stages.
“Knowledge is power so come and learn about digital dementia next Wednesday.”
On Wednesday 10th May, from 7pm to 9.30pm, Dr Julie will be answering all questions about digital dementia and how to prevent it. She will be informing network members on the signs and symptoms and revealing how posture can relate to the condition.
Julie is a qualified Chiropractor and Certified Postural Neurologist who runs her own business, North West Chiropractic in Letterkenny, as well as being a valued committee member of the Donegal Women in Business Network.
The interactive workshop takes place in the peaceful location of Castle Grove Country House overlooking Lough Swilly – the perfect place to escape the modern world for an educational evening.
There is limited availability for the course, to book your free ticket, click here: www.eventbrite.ie/digital-dementia
For further information, visit the Donegal Women in Business Network Facebook page or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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